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The Hoover-Mason Trestle (Bethlehem, PA)

I live in a small town very close to Bethlehem, PA. When I was growing up, my hometown was a bedroom community for hard-working, blue-collar steelworkers who worked for the Bethlehem Steel Company headquartered in Bethlehem. 417 more words

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Don't Overlook the Obvious

So I decided to go out locally and shoot a pack of Fuji FP-100C with my Polaroid Automatic 100 Land Camera. I found a nice street scene, focused, composed, and made the photograph. 373 more words

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Who Am I and Where Have I Been the Past Couple of Weeks

I haven’t posted since the end of May. This blog does not have many readers but still I feel I owe an explanation and that explanation is rooted in who I am. 321 more words

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Polaroid Packfilm Camera Users: New Group on Facebook

The is just a brief note to let you know that I started a new group on Facebook called “Polaroid Packfilm Camera Users” for folks who are interested in all things relative to Polaroid packfilm (or peel-apart film) cameras such as the Automatic 100-, 200-, 300, and 400-series cameras (and others). 103 more words

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"Hometown" Project #2

As I said in my first “Hometown” series post, I have been toying with the idea of a hometown project for the past several years. After several false starts, I decided to go out with an old Polaroid camera (SLR 680) and shoot with expired Polaroid 600 film to give my photographs that old color-shifted photographic look apropos of town I have lived in for more than 50 of my 60+ years. 146 more words

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